Dental Care For Your New Baby

Dental problems can start very early in life! Keep the following points in mind and you will start your child on a good dental habit to care for his teeth: -Give your child healthy foods to reduce the cavity-causing germs in the mouth and if the baby has bleeding gums or cavities visit the dentist. […]

How do I know my baby is receiving enough milk?

This is a question that mothers usually worry about in their babies early days, as enough feeding is important to help the baby grow and develop. In this video Dr. Rania mentions three important signs that will make you make sure that your baby is having enough milk.
How do you treat a newborn with reflux?

Signs of gastroesophageal reflux in a newborn are numerous; some of these are arching their back, frequent hiccoughs, discomfort on laying flat on their backs, pulling away when they feed or posseting often. Reflux is due to a slightly looser lower oesophageal sphincter, and that, coupled with small stomach capacity, a short distance from their ...
Best Baby Carry Seat 2018

Maxi-Cosi Pebble Plus Of the carry seats we tested, Maxi-Cosi’s Pebble Plus seat came out top for safety and comfort, as well as having lots of handy features to make travelling easier than ever The Pebble Plus is an i-Size seat which can be attached through either Isofix (the base is included) or with the ...
The Importance of Primary Teeth

Primary teeth, also known as “baby teeth” or “deciduous teeth,” begin to develop beneath the gums during the second trimester of pregnancy so when your baby is born,20 primary teeth are already present in the jaws. They typically begin to appear or “erupt” when a baby is between 6 months and 1 year. Although every […]

Best Baby Car Seat for Safety Features 2018

Britax Römer Baby-Safe i-Size All car seats are required to pass high standards of safety, but for those who want a little extra reassurance, this car seat feels especially sturdy and secure; The Britax Romer Baby-Safe was one of our favourites in testing, and missed out of the top spot only due to its limited age ...
How to treat a newborn with a fever?

Every newborn with a fever should be assessed carefully, especially if it's a fever of unknown origin (without any other symptoms). The concern during the first few months of life, is the presence of a bacterial infection that may spread to cause more serious conditions such as septicaemia or meningitis. The immune system of a ...
Establishing Eye Contact with children

Communication is a major pillar of healthy and successful parenting. You can communicate with your child, even before he or she start talking and can successfully perceive your words. You can communicate with your little one just by looking at them and establish positive eye contact. Eye contact is an essential part of communication and ...
How often should a newborn feed?

Newborns need to feed very often; every 1 to 2 hours when they're first born and eventually, every 3 to 4 hours as they get older. At birth, newborns have a very small stomach capacity, and this, coupled with initially lower volumes of breastmilk, leads them to feed very frequently. As their stomachs expand and ...
How much sleep do newborns need?

Newborns need a variable amount of sleep, averaging around 16 hours when they are first born and decreasing over the course of the first few weeks. They don't sleep more than 2 to 4 hours at a time, as they do need to feed frequently and at first, there is no distinct difference between daytime ...